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Deerfield ironing out agreement with museum to store records

Daily Hampshire Gazette 06 Feb 2023
... (PVMA) to store, archive and digitize the records.To...

The 1975 announced as Record Store Day ambassadors for 2023

NME 06 Feb 2023
The 1975 have been announced as ambassadors of Record Store Day 2023 ... As part of their role, the Manchester band will be releasing a live performance with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra on vinyl for the first time on this year’s Record Store Day ... The release will only be available at participating record stores.

Record Store Day Ambassadors: Jason Isbell & Amanda Shires In The US, The 1975 In The UK

Stereogum 06 Feb 2023
Record Store Day takes place on April 22 this year ... “Record stores are gathering places ... In your local record store you find common ground and the excitement of discovery ... We’ve both worked in record stores, played our songs there, built our careers there. Record stores make it ...

Ken Paulson: Shop local and protect free flow of public information

The Wilson Post 06 Feb 2023
We’ve seen the same thing with independent record stores. Though few saw the revival of vinyl coming, there has long been a concerted effort to support local record stores because of their value to the community ... Just as independent record stores and bookstores have niches that set them apart, so too do local newspapers.

Retailers try to curb theft while not angering shoppers

The Roanoke Times 06 Feb 2023
And the 56-year-old Chevy Chase, Maryland resident is now back to shopping online or visiting stores where she doesn't have to wait for someone to retrieve products ... Drug store ... Everyone's favorite record store started in Manhattan in the 1940s. Later, this shop became the flagship store in a booming empire of record and CD stores across the country.

Can Blockchain Technology Succeed Without Cryptocurrencies?

Finance Magnates 06 Feb 2023
Each block in the chain contains a record of multiple transactions and is linked to the previous block, resulting in a chain of blocks that is stored throughout the network.

Show Pony fills a void for vintage clothing left by Buffalo Exchange’s closure | Opinion

Denver Post 06 Feb 2023
Store workers had leveled dozens of anonymous allegations of employee abuse against the Tucson, Ariz.-based retailer’s local franchisee, which led to an investigation by Denver police — and then a lawsuit, which was settled out of court last fall, according to court records.

Starbucks sees little impact from economic headwinds

Food Business News 06 Feb 2023
“Average weekly sales in the US company-operated stores reached a record high in Q1, exceeding the prior record set in Q4 of fiscal '22,” Mr ... Brewer said that both Starbucks’ sous vide egg bites and breakfast sandwiches achieved record sales in the United States during the quarter ... The company currently has 6,100 stores in the country.

Terri White: The entertainment center

Cleburne Times-Review 06 Feb 2023
There it sat — a large, portable record player ... For a budding 9-year-old, a record player never clicked as a special family gift ... By the time I turned 12, though, I began shopping at the local record store ... If I liked the record, I bought it ... Eventually, my parents purchased a stereo, a real piece of furniture with space to store our records.

Five Use Cases of the Blockchain

Cryptopolitan 06 Feb 2023
Blockchain technology is a decentralized and secure method of storing and sharing data across a network of computers ... With the use of blockchain, medical records and other sensitive information can be stored in a secure and tamper-proof manner, providing better protection for patients’ privacy.

Vinyl Market annual event held in Athens, Greece

Xinhua 06 Feb 2023
An employee of a record store is seen at the Vinyl Market annual event where people can buy rare vinyl records, at Technopolis City of Athens in Athens, ...

Vinyl and vintage audio equipment find their groove at new store

Denver Post 06 Feb 2023
The folks in that later group are fueling a re-discovery of vintage equipment and vinyl records and raising the hopes of Aural HiFi, a new store on South Broadway’s Antique Row that rehabilitates old stereo equipment for a legion of ardent audiophiles.

What happens to your digital assets upon death or incapacity? (Part I)

Ottawa Business Journal 06 Feb 2023
Digital assets have been defined as a “record that is created, recorded, transmitted or stored in digital or other intangible form by electronic, magnetic or optical means or by any other similar means.” Cryptocurrencies are a primary example, but digital assets also ...

Blockchain Network Structure: Nodes and Forks

Cryptopolitan 06 Feb 2023
The technology behind blockchain has completely altered the ways in which we store and send data. A blockchain network is a decentralized and distributed ledger that can record transactions in a way that is both safe and open to public observation ... Light nodes do not store the ...

‘Invasion of privacy’: Some Florida athletes leery of being made to reveal menstrual cycles

Yahoo Daily News 06 Feb 2023
In the athletic trainer’s office at Miami Senior High are green Gatorade jugs, water bottles, anatomical posters, two massage tables — and years of private medical records of male and female high school athletes, stacked on a rack, stored in dusty, dog-eared cardboard crates labeled “bankers box.”.

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